Separate names with a comma.
It was answered on GitHub: https://github.com/Parallels/vagrant-parallels/issues/288#issuecomment-269074281
You just need to install "Parallels Virtualization SDK for Mac". You can download the latest DMG bundle by this link:...
Great! Yeah, that should work too.
I guess there is a line similar to the one I've posted above :)
Have you tried adding this line to `/etc/fstab` ?
Home /home/sorins prl_fs sync,nosuid,nodev,noatime,share 0 0
It should works with "mount -a"
That issue has been fixed in Parallels Desktop 11.1.3
Please, upgrade: http://kb.parallels.com/111603
Sorry, I've forgot to release it. Now it should be available.
In your case there are no concurrent access to the dpkg. Moreover - Parallels Tools process hasn't been started.
The error is exactly about file...
Hm, it sounds weird. In both of Packer and Vagrant, the step of Parallels Tools update/installation is a separated action, which runs before the...
I guess you mean 30 minutes, not seconds, right?
Yes, that's the known issue of Vagrant. It was reported to our provider (issue#240), but after...
I'm sorry for the late response. The issue you've originally reported has been fixed in Parallels Desktop 11.1.1. Unfortunately, the fix hasn't...
It has been fixed: https://github.com/Parallels/vagrant-parallels/pull/221
The new version will be released soon
I'm not sure, but you can try to hack it by editing the file "/Library/Preferences/Parallels/parallels_dhcp_leases".
Sorry, currently it's not possible. The first network interface is always configured to "Shared" network for Vagrant internal needs. Vagrant...
Yes, I'll try to work it around. At least, the correct error message should be displayed.
Please, enable this option for Shared network and try again:
"Parallels Desktop" -> "Preferences" -> "Network" -> "Shared" -> "Connect Mac to this...
Does this error occur constantly, even if you retry "vagrant up"? Please, show the output of this command:
prlsrvctl net info Shared --json
Confirmed - actually, "prlsrvctl" does not escape special symbols in JSON-formatted output which causes that kind of issues.
I have reported this...
Bento boxes on Atlas: https://atlas.hashicorp.com/bento/
In the box file (tar archive) there should be "*.pvm" on the top level. However, your script make it wrong - there is a full nested path.
1. These actions are pretty the same. The only difference is that using the Vagrant provider option "update_guest_tools" it will do a pre-check...